Unetice culture in Poland
The Unetice culture was a Bronze Age culture that developed in central Europe between the 34th and 13th centuries BC. The people of the Unetice culture lived in small villages and engaged in agriculture and animal husbandry. They were also skilled artisans and made pottery, tools, and weapons of bronze. One of your ancestors may have been a farmer or herder who lived in Poland during the Unetice culture. Another of your ancestors may have been an artisan who made pottery or jewelry.